Visit and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Moylgrove, Pembrokeshire. In Welsh Trewyddel, Moylegrove spells itself with or without the e in the middle, according to the whim of the cartographer. The place is 5 miles South West of Cardigan, and has kept itself astonishingly neat and colour-washed, a worthy entrant for the title of best-kept village in Pembrokeshire. It is small. Two chapels confront each other with a line of low houses on either side. The Ceibwr stream runs happily under the bridge on its way down to the sea at the Ceibwr creek, 1 mile away. The road dips down to Moylegrove and then rises in an alarmingly steep and twisting fashion. Moylegrove, down in its secluded valley, is a lucky place. A little higher up the Ceibwr valley is Monington. which has a church with some frescoes in ochre and the 18th century house of Pant Saeson.
South West of the village, up on the plateau above the valley, are two fine cromlechs, Llech-y-Drybedd and Trellyffant.
Nearby towns: , Fishguard, Newcastle Emlyn, Newport
Nearby villages: Aberporth, Blaenporth, Boncath, Bridell, Brynberian, Cenarth, Cilgerran, Cilgwm, Crymych, Dinas, Eglwyswrw, Felindre Farchog, Gwbert, Hermon, Llandygwydd, Llanfyrnach, Llangoedmor, Llantood, Llanychaer, Llechryd, Monachlogddu, Monington, Morvil, Mynachlogddu, Nevern, Newchapel, Pontfaen, Ponthirwaun, Puncheston, Rhoshill, Rosebush, St Dogmaels, Trecwn, Tremain, Y Ferwig
Have you decided to visit or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a bed and breakfast (a B&B or b and b)
- a guesthouse
- a hotel (or motel)
- a self-catering establishment, or
- other accommodation